Gerardo Parra doesn't need anybody, can play offense and defense at the same time
How many people do you need to play a game of baseball? At least nine per lineup, right? Not if you're playing with Brewers outfielder Gerardo Parra. He'll hit and field all in the same inning, and all you have do is watch.
In the ninth inning of Friday's D-backs-Brewers game, Parra doubled, then caught the ball meant to throw him out on the hop. He oh-so-casually tossed the ball to Arizona shortstop Nick Ahmed, like he wanted him to have a souvenir of the moment:
For his next trick, we assume Parra will rob himself of a home run.